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Course: CPSC 233, Fall 2009
School: Wilfrid Laurier
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nter Poi s 1 Conver t to Recur si ve Functi on i nt sum(i nt[] nums, i nt si ze) { i nt sum = 0; for (i nt i ndex = 0; i ndex &lt; si ze; i ndex++) { sum += nums[i ndex]; } r etur n sum; } 2 Poi nter s Addi ti onal data type Poi nts to a l ocati on i n memor y Decl ar ati on: i nt* x (poi nts a memor y l ocati on that contai ns i nt) doubl e* d (poi nts to mem l ocati on wi th a doubl e) Fr acti on*...

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nter Poi s 1 Conver t to Recur si ve Functi on i nt sum(i nt[] nums, i nt si ze) { i nt sum = 0; for (i nt i ndex = 0; i ndex < si ze; i ndex++) { sum += nums[i ndex]; } r etur n sum; } 2 Poi nter s Addi ti onal data type Poi nts to a l ocati on i n memor y Decl ar ati on: i nt* x (poi nts a memor y l ocati on that contai ns i nt) doubl e* d (poi nts to mem l ocati on wi th a doubl e) Fr acti on* f (poi nt to mem. l ocati on wi th Fr acti on object) Var i abl e and data ar e separ ated Getti ng poi nter to a var i abl e: & x Getti ng data poi nted to: * x 3 Exa mpl es i nt x = 7; i nt* y = & x; *y = 9 What i s the val ue of x? 4 Ar r a ys a nd poi nter s i nt nums[10] Type of nums: i nt[] or i nt* nums i s poi nti ng to the fi r st el ement 5 I ndexi ng i nto a n a r r a y Opti on 1 i nt sum(i nt* nums, i nt si ze) { i nt sum = 0; for (i nt i ndex = 0; i ndex < si ze; i ndex++) { sum = sum + nums[i ndex]; } r etur n sum; } 6 I ndexi ng i nto a n a r r a y Opti on 2 i nt sum(i nt* nums, i nt si ze) { i nt sum = 0; for (i nt count = 0; count < ze; si count++) { sum = sum + * nums; nums++; } r etur n sum; } 7 I ndexi ng i nto a n a r r a y Opti on 3 i nt sum(i nt* nums, i nt si ze) { i nt sum = 0; for (i nt i ndex = 0; i ndex < si ze; i ndex++) { sum = sum + * (nums + i ndex); } r etur n sum; } 8 H ea p ver sus Sta ck M emor y Stack M emor y Stati c M ust know at compi l e ti me how much we'l l need L i nked di r ectl y wi th a var i abl e H eap M emor y 9 Dynami c Deter mi ne at r unti me how much needed Need poi nter to heap memor y Can't be named di r ectl y Al l oca ti ng M emor y on the H ea p i nt* nums = new i nt[20]; i nt* nums = new i nt[n]; 10 M a na gi...

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